Skip to main content

About this Show

ABC News Good Morning America

News/Business. George Stephanopoulos, Robin Roberts, Josh Elliott. (2013) New. (CC)

NETWORK
ABC

DURATION
01:00:00

RATING

SCANNED IN
San Francisco, CA, USA

SOURCE
Comcast Cable

TUNER
Channel 74 (525 MHz)

VIDEO CODEC
mpeg2video

AUDIO CODEC
ac3

PIXEL WIDTH
1280

PIXEL HEIGHT
720

TOPIC FREQUENCY

Hollywood 6, Dan 6, Robert Wagner 5, Abc 5, U.s. 5, Wright 5, Manti Te 5, Lance Armstrong 5, Washington 4, Maine 4, Bianna 4, Wagner 4, Lance 4, Michael J. Fox 4, Espn 4, Chicago 3, Florida 3, Motrin 3, Us 3, Manti 3,
Borrow a DVD
of this show
  ABC    ABC News Good Morning America    News/Business. George Stephanopoulos,  
   Robin Roberts, Josh Elliott.  (2013) New. (CC)  

    January 19, 2013
    4:00 - 5:00am PST  

4:00am
> it is a very, very busy news morning. including two stories from the world of sports. lance armstrong finally showing emotional. and the first interview with manti te'o. jere jeremy shaf speaking with te'o. >> a very candid interview. also this morning, new developments in the racy scandal involving a zuma dance teacher. we'll hear from her business partner, just days before it goes to court. >> it rocked that small town in maine. and check out this video. it's a firefighter climbing to rescue a child in a burning wilding. a chunk of snow knocks him off the ladder. we'll show you what happened next. it was extraordinary. we're going to start with
4:01am
the breaking news on the harrowing hostage situation in the african desert. this morning, we have more information about an american killed by the islamist terrorists. and others are in danger right now. brian ross has been covering this from the jump. he's with us this morning. >> reporter: good morning, dan. the death toll continues to climb with at least 1 american and 11 other hostages reported to have been killed. the algerian military has twice stormed the natural gas facility. but authorities say the situation is still not resolved. and a number of western workers, including americans, apparently remain hostages. the state department has now confirmed that 58-year-old fred buttaccio of suburban houston, was killed at some point during the attack and subsequent rescue effort. but another american, mark cobb of corpus christi, texas, is reported to be safe. cobb is a senior manager at the bp facility. and sent a message to them, i'm
4:02am
alive. the al qaeda-linked group that claimed the facility had been planned for some two months. in both assault, the algerian army, using tanks and helicopters, found the terrorists were heavily armed and prepared to fight to the death. one official described the aftermath as carnage. hostages who escaped or were freed, said the terrorists only wanted westerners or americans, and were brutal in the treatment of some. >> it happened so fast. >> we were lucky that we are still alive. >> reporter: another worker said he escaped as the terrorists tried to drive them to another location. and the algerian army opened fire on the convoy. american officials urged the algerians to go slow, out of concern for the safety of the hostages. >> they didn't let the terrorists dig in. they didn't negotiate. they moved quickly. >> reporter: the attack has led the u.s. and its allies to marshal resources, to track down the alleged mastermind, this man, mokhtar belmokhtar, who has
4:03am
safe haven in mali, 1,000 miles away. french military aircraft were already active here, even before the algerian attack. according to abc news correspondent, bazi kanani in the capital. >> reporter: there's much relief here in southern mali, now that more international help is coming in. one of the first targets for the french warplanes that arrived a week ago, was the headquarters of the leader of the terror group involved in the algerian hostage crisis. the u.s. said it won't send troops into mali. but it is sharing intelligence with france. and by monday, the u.s. air force will be helping to fly in french troops and equipment. >> reporter: u.s. officials say they will work with the french and others to make sure belmokhtar pays a price. >> those who would wantonly attack our country and our people, will have no place to hide. >> reporter: details about exactly what is happening this morning at the facility remains
4:04am
very sketchy. not only to reporters who are being kept about 20 miles away. but also to government officials in london, washington and paris, who encourage algerians to make the safety of the hostages their first priority. >> wonder if there's tensions between the american government and the algerian military this morning. brian, thank you very much. we appreciate it. >> get information back. brian, thanks. we turn, now, tonight two of lance armstrong's public confession to years of cheating, doping and lying to the whole world about it. armstrong began to break down when he talked about his family. abc's neal karlinsky has been all over this story from the very beginning and joins us with more. neal, in many ways, this seemed to be the more compelling of the two interviews. >> reporter: it certainly was. good morning, bianna. over the course of two nights there was plenty of evidence that armstrong's ability to lie is still on display. but there was one moment when the person behind the attitude and the image broke through. >> incredible. unbelievable. >> reporter: when you peel away all the lies, the cheating, the
4:05am
cover-ups and bullying, lance armstrong is also a father. and that's side of this complicated and deeply-flawed man revealed the betrayal to his family. >> when this all started, i saw my son defending me and saying, that's not true. what you're saying about my dad is not true. i told luke, i said -- i said, don't defend me anymore. >> reporter: it was a painful glimpse into a man who apologized repeatedly for his big lie. and yet, somehow feels that his lifetime sporting ban is unfair. never mind the fact that he ignored fair play at every turn. >> i deserve to be punished.
4:06am
i'm not sure that i deserve a death penalty. if you're asking me, do i want to compete again? and answer is, hell, yeah. i'm a competitor. it's what i've done my whole life. i love to train. i love to race. i love to tow the line. >> reporter: armstrong told oprah he's now in therapy and that he sees how, in his words, sick his actions sometimes were. >> this is heavy. and this is messy. and this is not something that i can sit with you and leave and go, okay. we're all good. >> reporter: and it isn't just some old version of himself. that arrogant twitter photo, boasting of his tour wins, even after he had been stripped, was just two months ago. >> that was more defiance. >> more defiance. >> you know what's scary, i actually thought it was a good idea. >> reporter: he acknowledged that his ex-wife, kristen, knew of his cheating. and encouraged not only to stop but to come clean. he never did, until he lost
4:07am
everything, and was backed into a corner. >> will you rise again? >> i don't know. i do not know the outcome here. >> reporter: so, what now? well, we know he is sporadically in therapy, he says. he's in hawaii where he continues to train and play golf. there are reports this morning that a movie deal about his epic fall is now in the works. quite a story, dan and bianna. >> apparently j.j. abrams looking into making that movie. thank you, neal karlinsky, who has been covering this story for years. with us, now, one of lance armstrong's former teammates and friends, tyler hamilton, who himself has admitted doping. he wrote a book about it, called "the secret race." thank you for being here. you saw lance get emotional in that interview. do you buy it? >> it's a first step. it's a first step. he's coming clean. he's telling the story that he has taken performance-enhancing
4:08am
drugs. >> do you think it was genuine emotion that we saw? >> i think so. it's new for him. it's a new process. i went through the same process on a much smaller scale. you know, it's going to get easier for him. i think he's going to open up even much more. you know, i think we saw a lot of the truths. maybe not the whole truth. >> telling his son to stop defending him now. 13-year-old son. was that real emotion? you've known him for so many years. as a parent, was he telling the truth? >> the one thing, and i think a lot of his exteammates said yesterday, for me and guys like frankie andreu, we've never seen lance -- i've never seen him shed a tear in my life, until last night. shown very little emotion. before i heard one word on thursday night from him, i could tell he was a broken man. >> really, really interesting, that perspective you provide there. he specifically brought you up last night and said you were one of the many people he needs to apologize to. he has attacked you for writing
4:09am
the book. and he said you were greedy and just doing it for the money. are you ready for that apology? will you accept it? >> i don't need an apology from lance. i'm in a good place in my life. i moved forward. i'm no longer angry at lance. you know, i moved on from that. i'd rather he spend the time with his children or with betsy andreau, or emma o'reilly. these are the people he destroyed. they're still suffering today. i feel lucky and fortunate i moved on from this. it's a tragic story. i'm sorry that i was involved in all this. yeah. it's not nice to see all this. >> and he's admitted to a lot of things these past two days. but one thing he's adamant about, he came back in 2009, a clean man. do you buy that? many people don't. >> i can't really be the judge of that. the jury's still out on that one. but again, the important thing
4:10am
is he's started this process. he's opened up. he said all seven tours, he took performance-enhancing drugs. the question is, where does he go from this? he needs to go and name names. he needs to come fully clean and tell travis and usada, where the bodies are buried. >> he said he should be allowed to compete again. do you agree? >> i agree only if he comes 110% clean. tell all of the names, from day one when he started doping, who provided it, all the way to the end. >> tyler, thank you very much. >> thank you. that must be some sense of closure for you. >> it's hard to see lance going through this. i don't like to see anybody suffer like that. >> a man with lance armstrong, up close and personal for many years.
4:11am
tyler, thank you very your time. >> great to see tyler move on with his life, as well. >> indeed. and ron claiborne with the other stories this morning. >> good morning to you, bianna and dan. good morning, everybody. we are halfway through the flu season. it appears the worst may be over in most states. federal health officials say this year is more severe than average. and the elderly have been particularly hard-hit with a spike in hospitalizations in recent weeks. the flu is widespread in all states, except tennessee and hawaii. but flu is easing for most of the country, except the far west. and lawmakers in washington seem to be on track to avoid another standoff on the nation's debt ceiling. top republicans say they will now vote next week to raise the government's borrowing limit for another three months, without demanding immediate spending cuts. they are hoping the move will get democrats involved in the deficit reduction debate by passing a budget by april. and former new orleans mayor, ray nagin, who promised
4:12am
to crack down on corruption, has been indicted on corruption charges. nagin is facing 21 counts, including wire fraud, aun money laundering. mark greenblatt has this story. >> reporter: indicted for construction. the one-time former rock star mayor of new orleans, stands accused of what he campaigned against. >> this state and this city, is saying to the old-line politic toes, we're tired of the games. >> reporter: it's a striking fall from grace for ray nagin, as the justice department indicts him for awarding lucrative contracts and kickbacks in vacation hot spots. he's accused of pocketing more than $200,000 in describes. and the indictment even charges nagin for trying to pocket cash for himself, as the city struggled to recover from hurricane katrina. he awarded a contract for
4:13am
sidewalks. and the next day, a business family member paid nagin a kickback. one of the many allegations now lodged against the man, famous for deciding the federal response to the storm. >> get off your. and let's do something. and fix the biggest crisis in the history of this country. >> reporter: now, it's the federal government that may have the last say with the former two-term mayor of new orleans. it could be several weeks more before we get the autopsy results for the chicago lottery winner who was fatally poisons with cyanide. the body of urooj khan was exhumed on friday, to help solve the mystery around his death. he died in july right before collecting his winnings. police have not named a suspect. and the full-body scanners at airports, may soon be removed. the tsa say the scanners, which show a revealing image of a passenger's body, will be gone by this coming june. the company that makes them could not come up with a way to
4:14am
protect people's privacy, as required by a new law. a second type of full-body scanner that does not produce the vivid images will still be in airports. and finally, an amazing rescue from a burning building. take a look at this video here. as this firefighter in russia, gets hit with a chunk of snow. a huge chunk of snow, almost knocking him off the ladder as he climbs to try to save a family. somehow, he grabbed the ladder to break his fall. it didn't happen twice. that's a replay, by the way. another firefighters pulls him up. together, they were able to rescue the baby and its mother. >> good job. well done. >> that's all i know. >> the pop quiz. >> thank you. >> language lessons and the news. ron claiborne gives us the whole picture every morning. thank you, ron. appreciate it. it is the biggest event in washington. it happens once every four years. the countdown to inauguration is on. >> when president obama takes the oath of office on monday,
4:15am
the inaugural celebration will be nothing compared to what it was back in 2009 when he was sworn in. abc's david kerley is in washington with more. good morning, david. >> reporter: bianna and dan, this is my third one. it gets cold every time the president gets ready to take the oath. while the weather is going to be the same, this is going to be a much different celebration than the one four years ago. ♪ the barricades are up. the viewing stands, built. the finishing touches going on floats. members of the military have already practiced parading. >> i -- >> reporter: and he's ready to take the oath a second time. ♪ at last >> reporter: beyonce and james taylor will perform. but this will be a very different affair. four years ago, 1.8 million people filled the mall. less than half that number, just 800,000, are expected this year.
4:16am
four years ago, nearly every one of the 29,000 hotel rooms here were booked. 7,000 rooms are available this morning. only two inaugural balls, versus ten four years ago. all after an expensive campaign, a tough economy and four years. >> just the moment that that was for the country, the first african-american president. and it was new for everyone. but you know what? there still is a level of excitement despite the numbers. >> as we move down pennsylvania avenue. >> reporter: already fortress d.c. is taking shape, a lockdown, as the president talks to historians about hitting the right tones in what will be his last inaugural address. despite the fact this is going to be a much smaller affair, it's going to be a lot of excitement, as anita mcbride said. the number of people, nearly double who came to the second inaugural for president bush and president clinton. >> still, that remarkable drop-off from the last time.
4:17am
david kerley, thank you very much. stay warm. and our special coverage of the inauguration starts tomorrow on "gma." and abc news live coverage of the ceremony on monday, starts at 7:00 eastern, with george stephanopoulos and josh elliott co-anchoring. >> busy monday morning. we're going to switch gears now. we're three days away from the start of a smalltown case that's transfixed the nation. with the trial about to beginning, an alleged business partner is speaking out about a zumba instructor in maine accused of running a prostitution ring. john schriffen joins us from kennebunk in maine. >> reporter: mark strong, to start on tuesday. but before he steps inside the courtroom, facing charges of solicitation and invasion of privacy, he wants to set the record straight. for the first time we're hearing from the man accused of helping to run the zumba prostitution
4:18am
ring in this small town in maine. he bankrolled the studio so alexis wright could teach workout classes. >> we had a friendship. we talked often. i may see her once a month. >> reporter: the scandal unraveled this past fall, when kennebunk police raided the office, confiscating detailed records, hours of videotape, and what's now known as the list. more than 100 names of clients who allegedly paid wright for sex. police are making those names public. >> i thought she was a little -- not risque. but flirtatious at times. >> reporter: a father of two, strong also admits, he had a sexual relationship with wright. >> never became romantic. >> reporter: it was just physical? >> it was strictly physical. >> i have no comment. >> reporter: wright has been charged with more than 100 counts of prostitution, violation of privacy, and tax evasion.
4:19am
the indictment also alleges that wright secretly recorded over 100 hours of video with her clients, something strong denies knowing about. he denies any wrongdoing. but he says, he will spend the rest of his life apologizing to his wife. >> i'm sorry for any dishonesty, for the intimate relationship that i had with alexis wright. >> reporter: as for alexis wright, the accused -- the alleged zumba prostitute, her lawyer says she's innocent. wright will have her chance to tell her side of the story when her trial starts in may. dan? bianna? >> not the attention that small town wants. thank you, john. time for a check of the weather and over to ginger zee. hey, ginger. >> hey, guys. it's been four years since minneapolis last had a high temperature below zero. they're going to do it on monday. a whole lot of arctic air is blasting into the great lakes. minneapolis will go three below. chicago today, 44.
4:20am
12 by tuesday. things are really starting to cool down. and it's not going to just stay in the great lakes. the northeast is going to get a lot colder, too, with 50-mile-per-hour wind gusts. even 40 expected in chicago. the windchills, or the feels like, could approach 40 below zero. we'll be watching that. that could be dangerous cold as we go into the next workweek. enjoy the next above-average days. charleston, 58. new york, 46. a lot of fog and smog sticking around in the pacific northwest. that's going nowhere the next couple of days. and last weekend, we were talking about the chill and frost in los angeles. look at their high. close to 80 by tomorrow.
4:21am
>> so, before that snow fell in the south and places like northern alabama and mississippi, kentucky had a beautiful sunset ahead of that. and they caught this here. this is perfect in lewissport. thank you for sending that sky on fire. and winter in vermont. it looks pretty. i wanted to share those. find me on twitter and send me your photos this week. i'm on facebook, too. so are they. >> can we say, digging the new hair color, ginger. >> thank you. >> darker said of ginger. >> surprising everyone this morning. >> actually, we should have led with that. >> that's breaking news. >> thank you, ginger. >> you look great both ways. thanks. coming up here on the broadcast, the exclusive interview with manti te'o about
4:22am
his dead girlfriend who was never real. >> so, i kind of tailored my stories to have people think that, yeah, he met her. also this morning, not talking. find out why police say actor robert wagner is not cooperating with the investigation into the death of his wife, actress natalie wood, who died more than three decades ago. and big news out of hollywood this morning. taking a break. why one of the hottest actors in hollywood suddenly is walking away from the cameras. and why ginger and bianna are slightly tearing up, as we relate this news. keep it here. wait for it... wait for it... [ dog ] you know, i just don't think i should have to wait for it! who do you think i am, quicken loans? ♪ at quicken loans, we won't make you wait for it. our efficient, online system allows us to get you through your home loan process fast.
4:23am
which means you'll never have to beg for a quick closing. one more way quicken loans is engineered to amaze. bonkers, look at me when i'm talking to you. one more way quicken loans is engineered to amaze. get to sears big weekend event mattress spectacular. get 24 month special financing. and save up to 60%, plus get an extra 10% off. and free delivery. this is eye opening. this is sears
4:24am
and "i have no idea what i'm doing," you need a hand. well, walgreens is innovating to help. by making prescription refills this easy. and we're bringing our pharmacists out front to answer your questions. at walgreens, we'll do more than help you get well. we'll help you stay well and live well. because that's what it really means to be at the corner of happy and healthy.
4:25am
4:26am
4:27am
4:28am
were you in any way a part of this? >> no.
4:29am
never. >> you see manti te'o, in his first interview, reacting to the scandal that everyone's been talking about the past week. the notre dame football star tearing up. we're hearing for the first time the bizarre scandal involving the death of the alleged girlfriend, a fictional girlfriend, as it turned out to be. is he behind the scandal? or is he a victim of it? good morning, america. i'm bianna golodryga. >> i'm dan harris. a big get for our partner, espn. we'll tell you about that in a few moments. and a big, new twist in one of hollywood's enduring mysteries, the death of natalie wood. there's a new investigation into the 30-year-old case. why is wood's husband at the time, robert wagner, you just saw there, why is he refusing to speak to police? >> the chapter just won't close, so many years later. and why is michael j. fox apologizing to taylor swift, of all people. find out what the actor and the
4:30am
father said about the mere idea of the country music superstar dating his son. >> that's up in "pop news." but we're going to start with manti te'o, the notre dame star, all the while, telling the emotional story how he lost his grandmother and his girlfriend within six hours. >> except the girlfriend, who was said to have died of leukemia, was never real. ever since this story broke, people have been asking, was te'o the victim or the perpetrator of this hoax? for the first time, te'o is telling his side of this story, as he prepares for the nfl draft in florida. we start with matt gutman. >> reporter: good morning, dan and bianna. manti te'o says it was a cruelly intricate hoax. that he believed he was in love with this woman. and then, was diagnosed with leukemia. all of this spanning four years, hundreds of hours of phone
4:31am
conversations. it even involved accomplices. for the first time this morning, manti te'o setting the record straight. >> for the record, once again, were you in any way a part of this? >> no. never. >> reporter: the star notre dame linebacker, in hiding since the news of the so-called catfish hoax broke, confessing to our sister network, espn's jeremy schaap. >> i knew it was crazy that i was with somebody that i didn't meet. and let alone, people find out that this girl who died who i was so invested in, i didn't meet her, as well. so, i kind of, you know, tailored my stories to have people think that, yeah, he met her before she passed away. so that people wouldn't think that i was some crazy dude. >> reporter: she was lennay kekua, who he called the love of his life, before announcing to the world, she died of cancer
4:32am
the same day his grandmother passed away. she was the alchemy of one man's imagination. several links in the information superhighway, would lead to this man. the woman claiming to be kekua, nearly three months after her alleged death. >> said it's lennay. and so, we carried on that conversation. and i just got mad. and i just went on a rampage. how could you do this to me? i ended that conversation by saying simply this. you know what? lennay, my lennay died on september 12th. >> reporter: now, abc news did not reach him for comment. we still don't know what motivated him to do this. manti te'o says he didn't believe this was a lie until three days ago, when he called him to apologize.
4:33am
dan? bianna? >> all right. matt gutman, our thanks to you. and espn's jeremy schaap was the only reporter to sit down with manti te'o and speak with him exclusively. you spent 2 1/2 hours with manti. this was an audio interview. can you tell us what his demeanor was like? >> i was very impressed throughout our interview. he was very composed, collected. he never hesitated. he answered every question i asked. we were in there, i think you said, 150 minutes. by one count back at our office, he was asked more than 300 questions in that time. he never demurred. >> you sat with him for 2 1/2 hours. did you walk away with the impression that he was part of this hoax? or he was purely the victim of the hoax? >> he convinced me he was not party to this hoax. people will have to make their own judgment, once they read a
4:34am
lot of material from the interview that we're posting online and presenting on shows today on espn. but you know, there were certainly occasions on which he admitted to misleading reporters over the course of the last few months. he said that he had lied to his father about meeting lennay kekua in person. and those were some of the discrepancies, some of the conflicts that people pointed to over the last few days. and i think he went a long way toward explaining some of those discrepancies. but probably not to the satisfaction of everyone. >> and, jeremy, he may have explained some of the discrepancies. but you have to admit, this is such a bizarre story. what happens to him next? will he be drafted by the nfl? or will teams shy away from him now? >> well, there's no doubt that
4:35am
manti te'o is going to be drafted. and i think there's little doubt he'll be drafted in the first half of the first round. whether he will be a top three or four pick, as he was projected by some to be -- i mean, if his story is out there, and people believe his story, it will not affect his draft position. he will be a millionaire very soon. and even if some of those nfl executives don't believe it fully, he'll still be a millionaire very soon. >> jeremy schaap, with the first exclusive interview with manti te'o, at the center of a big controversy this morning. jeremy, a big thank you to you. >> helps explain a lot of things. people are wondering who knew what and when? >> i think the next shoe to drop is when the young man, the perpetrator of the hoax. if he comes out and speaks, that will explain a lot. time for a check of the weather and over to ginger. hey, ginger.
4:36am
>> i want to start in florida because there's a high-pressure system just off the east coast here, in the atlantic. and it's going to shove back some moisture, right into the southern part of florida. so, a little showery this morning in miami. we have a live shot to give you an example of what the skies look like. it's that. a little fog. low-lying cloud cover. and a whole lot of rain drops. it's not rain. but plenty of snow coming over the warm lakes talking about earlier. you'll see a lake-effect snow machine in high gear. more than a foot of snow in the u.p. of michigan. my hometown there, just inside of grand rapids. but muskegon, you'll get 6 to 12 inches. oswego had some snow, too. waco, 63. tampa's high, 77.
4:37am
>> this weather report has been brought to you by sensodyne pronamle. we have a day or two of somewhat mild. then, the bottom drops out. >> thanks for the good news, ginger. we appreciate that. coming up on the broadcast, 30 years later. why are police saying robert wagner is now refusing to talk to them about the death of his then-wife, the actress natalie wood? also ahead, he's one of hollywood's hottest actors. find out why you won't be seeing leonardo dicaprio on the big screen for quite some time.
4:38am
( ♪ ) for those nights when it's more than a bad dream, be ready.
4:39am
for the days when you get a sudden call from the school, be ready. for the times you need to double-check the temperature on the thermometer, be ready. when you have children's motrin on hand, you're ready. for high fever, nothing works faster or lasts longer than children's motrin. be ready with children's motrin. capella university understands nurses are dealing with a than wider range of issues. and there are ever-changing regulations. when you see these challenges, do you want to back away or take charge? with a degree in the field of healthcare or nursing from capella university, you'll have the knowledge to advance your career while making a difference in the lives of patients. let's get started at capella.edu.
4:40am
4:41am
it really is one of the most famous mysteries in hollywood history. the death of natalie wood, more than 30 years ago. her husband, robert wagner, one of the last people to see her alive. >> and now, with the case reopened, police say wagner is refusing to speak with them about it. abc's clayton sandell has the story. >> reporter: it's the hollywood tale of one mysterious night. actress natalie wood died in 1981 on a boating trip, with
4:42am
husband, robert wagner," and fellow actor, christopher walken. >> we think she fell outside and hit her head. >> reporter: the case was closed, accidental drowning. but reopened just a year ago, when the captain came forward. he claims that wagner and wood were in a heated argument before she died. >> they went to the state room. and they carried on arguing in the state room. >> reporter: the latest plot turn, the just-released coroner report says that wood had scratches and fresh buzs on her arms and legs. the manner of death changed from accidental, to undetermined. >> he's the last person to see her alive. >> reporter: investigators want to question wagner again. but he's refusing to talk. >> back then, gave him a brief interview. and he never told them exactly what happened on the boat. i mean, later on, in his book, he wrote a different version of what he told them back then. >> reporter: wagner, famous for tv's "heart to heart" and his turn as an austin powers
4:43am
villain, is not a suspect. his attorneys say, mr. wagner has fully cooperated over the last 30 years. and has been interviewed on multiple occasions by the l.a. sheriff's department. and has answered every, single question asked him during these interviews. >> he's like a missing puzzle piece. >> reporter: a puzzle piece in a key role for a maystery that ma have another sequel. >> those are tough words from the sheriff. >> so many years later, we still don't know what happened. coming up here on the broadcast, we have breaking bieber news. as you may recall, he survived changing his iconic hairdo. why is the new picture he tweeted out of his legs becoming a sensation? that's up next after a quick break. ladybug body milk? no thanks. [ female announcer ] stop searching and start repairing. eucerin professional repair
4:44am
moisturizes while actually repairing very dry skin. it's so powerful you can skip a day... but light enough you won't want to. dermatologist recommended eucerin. the end of trial and error has arrived. try a free sample at eucerinus.com. turned out to be a mutual attraction. and the westgate cousins went old school to decide who pays the check. all over delicious entrees, like our new parmesan-crusted steak from our $20 dinner for two. chili's -- more life happens here. aww man. [ male announcer ] returns are easy with free pickup from the u.s. postal service. we'll even drop off boxes if you need them. visit usps.com pay, print, and have it picked up for free. any time of year.
4:45am
♪ nice sweater. thank you. ♪ ♪ ♪ just add water. the everyday collection. by target.
4:46am
4:47am
i'd like to thank eating right, whole grain, multigrain cheerios! my bowl, my spoons! mom, are those my jeans? [ female announcer ] people who choose more whole grain tend to weigh less than those who don't. multigrain cheerios has whole grain and 110 delicious calories. ...more grains. less you! multigrain cheerios in multi-grain cheerios peanut butter.
4:48am
ron is ready to do some poppin' and locken. and our entertainment news reporter, rachel smith, out in l.a. this morning. hey, rachel, good morning. >> that's right. good morning, guys. have no fear. taylor swift's trouble with michael j. fox appears to be over. in an interview, the joke about his son. he wanted to clear the air with her. on friday, the pop star tweeted, hey, everybody. michael j. fox got in touch with me today. and we are good. thank you for having my back. this whole thing started at the golden globes, when tsa said stay away from michael j. fox's son. we may hear about it on her next album. stephen colbert has made a comedic bid for the presidency. but his sister is going to run for congress.
4:49am
elizabeth colbert bush will be in the running to fill the seat of tim scott of south carolina. he may get his chance to hit the campaign trail after all. leonardo dicaprio vowed to never let go of rose in "titanic." but the oscar-nominated star is letting go of acting for you. he said, i'm going to take a long, long break. the star says he will take time off to improve the world a bit and focus on environmental campaigning. and finally, justin bieber is having a little fun at the expense of, well, justin bieber. the superstar singer often gets flak for the slack in his pants. he posted this picture of himself in skinny jeans on instagram, with a message. point taken, bieber. >> i'm not buying the pants.
4:50am
>> you don't like the skinny pants? >> i want to go back to leo. someone else is interested in changing the world, ginger zee. he needs a partner in crime. >> take some time off from weather. >> he has been really busy, though. movie after movie. >> if you can make that happen, ron and i will wear skinny jeans on the forecast tomorrow. >> deal. >> all right. >> i don't know about that, guys. i don't know about that. >> rachel, you have to fly out to see that. >> help me, rachel. >> all right. >> we'll see you next weekend. and we'll be right back. music: "make someone happy"
4:51am
music: "make someone happy" ♪it's so important to make someone happy.♪ ♪it's so important to make someone happy.♪ ♪make just one someone happy ♪and you will be happy too. i feel more inspired. more positive. [ male announcer ] only lipton adds fresh-pressed tea leaves to its new great tasting blend. drink new lipton and you'll be surprised how great you feel. ♪
4:52am
can be the worst part. my medicine alone doesn't always give me all the congestion relief i need to sleep. [ female announcer ] adding breathe right nasal strips can make all the difference. it's proven to instantly relieve cold or flu nasal congestion. [ stefan ] and because it's drug free, it's safe to use with any medicine to relieve my nighttime stuffy nose. so i can breathe better and sleep better. [ female announcer ] go to breatheright.com for special offers. [ female announcer ] go to breatheright.com whathat needs refreshing?nd new year, and a room we can work with a new collection of carpet that proves durable can be softer than ever. we can get for less and spread that softness even further. turns out, we can do even more than we thought we could. because this is the year of doing. more saving. more doing. that's the power of the home depot. roll out the new year with 10% off or 24 months special financing with your home depot credit card.
4:53am
4:54am
well, that's it for today. you don't want to miss -- the hour goes by. tomorrow, we have more inauguration coverage, including what michelle obama's going to wear. the fashion world was about the bangs a couple of days ago.
4:55am
now, it's about the dress. what will she and the girls be wearing? that and more tomorrow.
4:56am
4:57am
4:58am
4:59am
>> good morning, everybody. i'm katie march dual low. on 5:00 a.m. this saturday we will start you off with a quick first look at the weather. good morning, lisa. >> good morning. we're starting out nice and chilly again. downtown we have numbers in the 40s but by the delta 29 degrees this morning and numbers elsewhere in the north and east bay valleys are flirting with freezing. grab a jacket if you are headed out early. definitely chilly out there with the mid-40s closer to san francisco. upper 20s to near 30s in the valley. we will look for the numbers to be pretty mild this afternoon with low to mid-60s around the bay. plenty of sunshine. by the evening hours we will hold on to a little bit of that heat and we are looking for the forecast to hold a little while. we will talk about the rough surf and when we will see some rain come back into the forecast. that's coming up with the seven day forecast. katie. >

Terms of Use (31 Dec 2014)